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Fall Fun at a Cabin

Saturday was a wonderful day for our family!  Steve was invited by his friend Matt to go deer hunting.  Steve LOVES hunting.  Later that afternoon we all went back to Matt and Kerry's cabin for dinner.  Matt and Kerry are super nice and so easy to be around.  It was so so fun.  We love to go driving through the country on beautiful Fall days.  The cabin was so beautiful and in a gorgeous location!!!!!  It was the perfect evening.  Kerry had brisket (love),  twice baked potatoes, green beans, rolls and blackberry cobbler and ice cream for dessert.  The guys made S'mores for us!

Our friends Nathan and Elizabeth were there too.  They are people persons and so much fun!  I love holding Elijah!

Matt and Kerry have Will, 2 and Grayson, 4 mos.  They are so cute and I got to do some cuddling with sweet Grayson.  My girls LOVE Will.  You would think he was there age.

I am so thankful for our church and the wonderful friends God has given us there!!!!


Tara G. said…
The cabin looks so cozy!!
Kerry said…
I am so glad you took some pictures!!

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